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Elective Classes

  • If students want to take elective classes, please enroll in morning class as elective classes take place in the afternoon. Elective classes may not open if there aren’t enough applicants.

1. Pronunciation Clinic

Students correct and improve their Korean pronunciation through one-to-one instruction

  • -Students record and correct their pronunciation through use of laboratory facilities.
  • -Students’ pronunciation is analyzed accurately through use of contrastive analytical data per language group.

2. TOPIK Preparation Class

Students will practice problem patterns so that they can get good scores on the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK)

1) Intermediate Class

  • -Students in level-3 and 4 classes at the KLEC will learn the grammar needed for the intermediate-level TOPIK.
  • -Students will learn problem patterns in vocabulary and grammar, writing, listening comprehension, and reading.
  • -Students will learn words including antonyms, synonyms, and polysemous (multisense) words.

2) Advanced Class

  • -Students in level-5 and 6 classes at the KLEC will learn the grammar needed for the advanced-level TOPIK.
  • -Students will learn problem patterns in vocabulary and grammar, writing, listening comprehension, and reading.

3. Chinese Character Class

1) Beginner Class

Students learn to read and write the basic Chinese characters required for learning Korean.

  • -Students learn the sounds and meanings of basic Chinese characters related to nature, human and location.
  • -Students practice in writing of characters correctly.
  • -Students read basic texts written in Korean and Chinese characters.

2) Intermediate Class

Students receive extensive training in reading and writing the Chinese characters required for learning Korean.

  • -Students learn the basic components of Chinese characters.
  • -Students learn the structure of Chinese characters.
  • -Students learn to use Chinese-character dictionaries.
  • -Students read the characters applied to newspapers and texts written in both Korean and Chinese characters.